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American English Consonant Pronunciation for IT Professionals

Learn how to avoid all the typical consonant errors. This is great for learners from any language background, particularly Indian languages. It also uses vocabulary from IT and business.

American English Consonant Pronunciation for IT Professionals

Learn how to avoid all the typical consonant errors. This is great for learners from any language background, particularly Indian languages. It also uses vocabulary from IT and business.
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Learn the purpose of this course and how to proceed and benefit from it.
Watch to learn the purpose and how to proceed and benefit.
These are consonants that involve closure and explosive release. P, B, T, C, CH, J, K, G
Learn to distinguish between P and B at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between T and D at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between CH and J at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between K and G at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
These are consonants that involve friction and continuous air flow. F, V, th, TH, S, Z, SH, ZH, H
Learn to distinguish between F and V at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between voiceless th and voiced TH at the beginning, middle and end of a word. Also distinguish th and TH from other sounds such as T and D.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between S and Z at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between SH and ZH at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn how and when to produce H.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Glide consonants do not explode or create friction; they glide in your mouth. Y, W, R. The Lateral consonant, L, forces air out around the sides of the tongue.
Learn when to pronounce Y, even if it's not in the spelling.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn how and when to pronounce W, even when there is no W in the spelling.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn How and When to Pronounce R.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn how to pronounce the different types of L.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Nasal consonants force air through the nasal passage. N, M and NG
Learn how to produce N and M and how to make it loud enough.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.

You will learn how to produce every consonant, when to provide them, and how to change them in different word environments. Repetition audio practice is included so you can perfect each consonant.

Requirements

  • You should have an intermediate to advanced knowledge of English.
  • You should have a familiarity with IT vocabulary.
Learn the purpose of this course and how to proceed and benefit from it.
Watch to learn the purpose and how to proceed and benefit.
These are consonants that involve closure and explosive release. P, B, T, C, CH, J, K, G
Learn to distinguish between P and B at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between T and D at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between CH and J at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between K and G at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
These are consonants that involve friction and continuous air flow. F, V, th, TH, S, Z, SH, ZH, H
Learn to distinguish between F and V at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between voiceless th and voiced TH at the beginning, middle and end of a word. Also distinguish th and TH from other sounds such as T and D.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between S and Z at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn to distinguish between SH and ZH at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn how and when to produce H.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Glide consonants do not explode or create friction; they glide in your mouth. Y, W, R. The Lateral consonant, L, forces air out around the sides of the tongue.
Learn when to pronounce Y, even if it's not in the spelling.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn how and when to pronounce W, even when there is no W in the spelling.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn How and When to Pronounce R.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Learn how to pronounce the different types of L.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Nasal consonants force air through the nasal passage. N, M and NG
Learn how to produce N and M and how to make it loud enough.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.
Follow along and takes notes during the lesson.
Listen and repeat to build muscle memory. Imitate exactly what you hear during the pauses.

About the instructors

Sheila Lebedenko

Accent Reduction Coach
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Sheila teaches all aspects of English in Silicon Valley or online.  She holds a master's degree in teaching English as a second language from the University of Illinois.

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